Stolen hockey sticks, crashed ceremonies, scalped tickets.
For some, the Winter Olympics in South Korea haven’t been all fun and Games.
While the quadrennial sports gathering has been notably free of major incidents, authorities here have questioned and detained numerous people for various infractions — from the relatively silly to the potentially serious.
The incidents are perhaps inevitable, and negligible, given the event’s size. They include petty theft, but also people trying to sneak into the festivities, or getting a little too friendly with Olympic athletes, or disrupting the spectators. Among them: a man impersonating North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, who tried...